NR Daily: Puzzling over Meaning in Winslow Homer’s Kissing the Moon

It's meant to be disorienting.

December 07 2019

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Puzzling over Meaning in Winslow Homer's Kissing the Moon

Brian T. Allen

It's a big painting, which slows us down visually, and not a small, black-and-white illustration on a magazine page. It's not about the news of the day or the glass hives where we live. It's post-news, where the everyday world dissolves and eternity takes us to a next, very different place. Read More

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